Our trailer wheels are approved by the Department of Transportation and stamped with 'DOTT'. The wheels are tested and approved for High Speed applications.
The Kenda ST145 R12E Specialty tire for trailers is one of the best trailer tires on the market today. They are manufactured with the highest of quality for heavy-duty applications and increased tire life. The computer generated tread design in conjunction with a new tread rubber compound provides superior traction in wet or dry conditions. The tires are continually tested to help ensure a smoother ride while providing additional stability at highway speeds. All Kenda trailer tires are designed to improve handling and enhance the ride characteristics of the towed vehicle.
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The wheels came in a timely manner and where already at the proper pressure, great product. Since I got them a month ago for my motorcycle trailer I have put on 1200 miles with no issue.
Received tires/wheels promptly and they had been balanced as requested. Brand appears to be Karrier rather than Kendra as described, Have only 40-50 miles on tires, no issues, so cannot evaluate performance yet.
I had a hard time finding the tire,rim, and load range combination I needed, I was about to settle for anything that was the correct size for my spare. My last resort was google/recstuff, they had the correct tire size/load range and the same rim I wanted in stock and ready to ship! I opted to use the two day shipping because I took to long shopping at the big box stores and had it in the two days as promised. From now on this will be my first place to search. Good prices and excellent shipping staff, thanks recstuff.com
I bought three for my boat trailer 2 years ago, used moderately. On the one I use for my spare I noticed the valve gets stuck open when filling it. One other tire did this once. Might be an issue, then
I came out and found it flat for no reason. I refilled and never lost any air. I don't know if some kid messed with it or why it was flat. Happened a week after coming back from 300 mile trip.
Air held for a couple of weeks until and then had a blow out. Speed, weight air pressure were all well within limits and everything checked 30 min before leaving for a trip. 8 miles into trip... it blew out, I could not find evidence of a puncture and don't recall anything on the roadway. Other tire is still functioning fine.
I did buy two more, I'll track these more closely. Jury is still out, but on paper these are the best tires I can find for my weird trailer. We'll see what happens, but I can't rule out something with the valve. The new ones are in the box and any issue with the valve this time I'll request something be done
I ordered two of these for spares. I haven't needed them yet but they appear to be top quality